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Okay I put gas in the beast today at the price of $1.54 and on the way home tonight the signs all said like $3.89 and around $4.00. What is up with that shit. Anywhere else seeing this?

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Guest dead fetus

i heard its 7.00 per gallon in some places...

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oh god, not another gas panic. i hope another depression doesent start......

 

[This message has been edited by T.T Boy (edited 09-11-2001).]

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people are thinking this little squirmish is gonna block oil into the states... blah... thank god i have nothing to do and no place to go...

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well, maybe I'm being ignorant here but that might not be such a bad thing. all these gas guzzling cars out there...might be a good wake up call. and as far as a depression goes -I've heard that people who lived through the great depression remember it fondly..maybe because it brought people together.

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Originally posted by Mr.LonelyHeart:

. and as far as a depression goes -I've heard that people who lived through the great depression remember it fondly..maybe because it brought people together.

 

I don't think anyone ever remembers the Depression fondly. I think you are right the people remember the way the people bonded together and the American Spirit and determination brought them through tough times.

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theres more oil in the alberta oil sands (canada) than all of saudi arabiaX10. we just dont produce it because they do it for cheaper. dont worry, if they wont give it to you, we have plenty.

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Originally posted by T.T Boy:

theres more oil in the alberta oil sands (canada) than all of saudi arabiaX10. we just dont produce it because they do it for cheaper. dont worry, if they wont give it to you, we have plenty.

 

hahah good to know good to know

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I just went to fill my car up.....it is a madhouse people lined up in the intersection to be in line for the pump......AHHHH oh my god, the whole world is coming to an end!!! AHHHHHHHHHHH, everyone rush to the local corner store!

 

Luckily I knew where the "Incognito Mart" was located, so I didn't have to wait that long, I honked at the dumbasses, on my way home, that were still waiting.

 

[This message has been edited by Dirty_habiT (edited 09-11-2001).]

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Originally posted by deznatori:

Okay I put gas in the beast today at the price of $1.54 and on the way home tonight the signs all said like $3.89 and around $4.00. What is up with that shit. Anywhere else seeing this?

 

is this for real?? what part of the u.s.?

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to all the people in the midwest: WHAT THEY ARE DOING IS ILLEGAL. there already planning to prosecute those who are price hiking at the misfortune of this terrible incident.

 

SAVE YOUR RECEIPT, and ask about a number to call or call your local government office and they will give you a refund or pay a nice call to the establishment who jacked the prices.

 

its still 165 here for the most part.

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I think we will see what a huge impact this tradgy will have on this ntion and many others when the stock market opens again.Rapid selling will dive the market threw the floor,creating inflation at a unbelivable rate.This very well may triger a financial brakedown of the U.S economy,not seen since the 30's.

I sincerly hope Im wrong,but I dont feel very secure at the moment.

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Originally posted by Serkoff:

is this for real?? what part of the u.s.?

 

Ohio

and I've seen up to $4.75 and $4.89 now on the eastside of town.

 

The northern parts of Kentucky are up above $4 now too from what I understand.

 

[This message has been edited by deznatori (edited 09-12-2001).]

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Austinites fill-up for precautionary measures

9/12/01 12:15 AM

By: Heather White and News 8 Austin Staff

On Tuesday night, some Austin residents headed to area gas stations to fill their tanks up in fear of the prices rising rapidly after Tuesday's terrorist attack in New York and Washington, D.C.

 

"Well I am filling up because everything that is going on ... I was eating and I heard everyone talking about it," said Lee Jackson, who filled up his tank Tuesday night.

 

"There has never been a line ever to get gas usually you can drive right up and get gas, but now there are three or four cars waiting at each pump," said Sidni Cordell, who was filling up her tank.

 

On Tuesday, Gov. Rick Perry issued a limited disaster declaration in Texas to make sure gas prices, car rental and hotel rates didn't increase.

 

Gas prices have not gone up yet in Austin, but gas station attendants said they are unsure of what may happen in the future.

 

An AAA official in Oklahoma said stations should not boost prices right away because of "artificial demand.''

 

 

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Al

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that is sick that peeple are trying to make money off this event!,, if it does come to that situation and your broke and you need gas...........cipherrrrrrrrrrr!

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that's all bullshit. it's just a lie. we get our oil from saudi arabia and some other countries over that way. but, we are allies with them. that means, that we help each other through everything that goes on. this will be no exception. i just filled up my truck. $1.39 a gallon.

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Okay now the same station I saw $3.89 is at $1.78 which is still like 20 cents up. Glad I got the $1.50 station down the street.

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They were jacking people up here too at this one amoco, but that city had a law against jacking the price up on goods in emergency situation and its closed now for 30 days. Serves them right. What kind of bitch move is it to raise the price just to fucking make a buck off a tragedy.

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no matter how much gas is, people still have places to go. people that can afford their big ass SUV probably can afford gas to put in it. well i dont know if gas prices went up over here, but i still have 3/4 tank in the big balla saturn so i wont we trippin.

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Originally posted by mapo wc:

I dont want exxon-valdeze part 2 taking place right here in FL.

 

 

by using oil, you support the possibility of oil spills. What makes florida more important than other parts of the world? if you don't want oil spills, don't use petroleum products and try to convince others as well. i am insulted...

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Originally posted by Gouged out 3rd Eye:

no matter how much gas is, people still have places to go. people that can afford their big ass SUV probably can afford gas to put in it. well i dont know if gas prices went up over here, but i still have 3/4 tank in the big balla saturn so i wont we trippin.

 

thats exactly why these assholes are taking advantage of tragedy to price gouge. its a necessity, why not raise it to 5 bucks? people need it.

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